July 22, 2019 / Arthouse

A woman who has spent years in concentration camps goes back to her native town (in her imagination) and tries to find members of her dead mother’s family.

June 26, 2019 / Short
June 22, 2019 / Drama

Back from a job in Greece, journalist Aleksandr Zhuravlyov is greeted by family and friends with a party. It’s a nice homecoming until he receives an anonymous note claiming his wife has been sleeping with a Soviet bigwig. Furious and confused, Alex arranges to discuss the situation with his trusted friend Anatoli Stepanovich, who works at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. But, before they can meet, the plant explodes.

October 20, 2018 / Biography

The year is 1919. German troops retreat from Ukraine. The Directory, the Ukrainian national government lead by Symon Petliura, takes control of Kyiv. Meanwhile, the Bolshevik division commanded by Mykola Shchors is marching on the capital. The Bolsheviks capture the cities of Vinnytsia, Zhmerynka, and others one by one, but lose Berdychiv to Petliura’s forces. They are demoralized by the defeat. By his personal example of courage and military skill, Shchors inspires the retreating Red troops and leads them to victory over the enemy.

August 25, 2018 / Biography
June 9, 2018 / Drama
July 27, 2017 / Drama